This directory includes all members of offices of vice provosts plus the heads of other reporting offices.
Troy Eggers serves as Vice Provost for Administration and Planning at Columbia University.
Professor Kachani conducts research in the fields of dynamic pricing, revenue management, logistics, supply chain management, algorithmic trading, statistical arbitrage, traffic flow modeling, and transportation analysis. He teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of quantitative corporate finance, industrial economics, operations consulting, logistics, pricing, and production and inventory planning.
Melissa Dowd Begg is Vice Provost for Academic Programs at Columbia University, a professor of biostatistics in public health, and co-director of the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (Columbia CTSA).
John H. Coatsworth is the provost of Columbia University, as well as a professor of international and public affairs and of history.
Dr. Mitchell serves as the Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity and Inclusion for Columbia University in the City of New York and Senior Associate Dean for Student Development for the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (CDM). In his role as Vice Provost, he is responsible for leading the University’s ongoing commitment to attract, advance, and retain a diverse faculty.
David B. Austell is the Associate Provost and Director of the International Students and Scholars Office at Columbia University in New York City.
Christopher L. Brown, professor, specializes in the history of eighteenth-century Britain, the early modern British Empire, and the comparative history of slavery and abolition, with secondary interests in the age of revolutions and the history of the Atlantic world. He is at work on two projects, one on the British experience along the West African coast in the era of the Atlantic slave trade, and a second on the decline and fall of the British Planter class in the era of abolition and emancipation.